Lola Lasagne @ Central Station
30/08/16: When I asked Lola Lasagna what British Drag is, she told me it’s “Saucy, irreverent, truthful and full of caricatures” and I can tell you Ladies and Gentlemen that’s exactly what this kween brought to Central Station on Saturday night!
06/02/16: Priding itself on its adaptability and versatility, Central Station, now firmly one of the doyenne gay venues in London, was marking its 24th anniversary this week-end.
19/09/2015: After waiting 45 minutes for an Uber, I walked in the door just as the inimitable Drag With No Name was finishing her set. In the famous words of Miranda Priestly - “Drag With No Name’s recital was absolutely wonderful.
13/06/15: We arrived at Central Station and had the chance to grab some of Mister Dave Lynn’s fabulous time and company upstairs, before he graced the stage.
28/01/15: One of the things that’s so unique and special about London’s cabaret scene is that when one falls, the rest always gather together to support their fallen sister.
26/04/14: QX checked out the excitable antics amidst London’s revamped and newly-buzzing King’s Cross as Central Station welcomed a Saturday night crowd for top-class cabaret and more last weekend.
08/02/14: Since 1992 this LGBT+ venue has been a pioneer on the scene, with loads of adventures through its rich 22 year history.
MARTHA D’ARTHUR @ CENTRAL STATION
12/10/13: QX headed over to one of the most welcoming bars in town for a cosy night of intimate antics as Central Station packed in the punters for top class DJ action and world-beating cabaret last weekend.
CENTRAL STATION FEATURING SUSAN BLACK
01/06/13: Just a hop and a skip, well a DLR and the Northern Line, later found us at Central Station where Jason Prince was on deck duty and a crowd of regulars were gathered for cabaret from the lovely Susan Black.
BURNS NIGHT WITH MARY MAC
26/01/13: Och aye the noo! Mary Mac hosted the Burns Night cabaret at Central Station, a celebration of life and poetry, distinctly in the style of ‘camp’.
03/08/12: We’re not gonna lie, like most of the country, we too got caught up in an Olympic viewing loop most of last week. Thankfully our lovely Deputy Editor Lee Dalloway was there to drag (literally) our asses kicking and screaming away from the goggle box on Friday night; and on the proviso that she left her own drag pièce de résistance, ‘Demi Dalloway’, at home (sorry boss), we made a beeline to our local, Central Station, which was bustling with activity, proving not everyone was at home watching Clare Balding!
CENTRAL STATION – MISS JASON
08/06/12: Fresh from (spit)roasting Lola in Brighton (a truly hilarious night), Miss Jason stormed on to the stage at Central Station and, like Katrina, blew us away with her brilliant patter that managed to insult everybody but still leave them happy and smiling.
CENTRAL STATION: DUNCAN’S 65TH BIRTHDAY
17/03/12: Not only is Central Station a joy to review because I live about a five minute walk away (ten if I’ve started on the shandy’s before leaving my yard) but because there genuinely is no other place like it on London’s gay scene.
CENTRAL STATION 20TH BIRTHDAY
04/02/12: London’s weekend blizzard proved no match for a rollicking crowd of bent boozers as QX donned our snowshoes for an epic trudge across the frozen King’s Cross tundra to Central Station’s 20th birthday bash last Saturday.